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Monday, 07 March 2011 14:07

Patriot shows its Supersonic Magnum USB flash drive

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 2011: USB 3.0, eight-channel and 200MB/s
We really had no doubt that Patriot will have something to show at Cebit, and Supersonic Magnum flash drive is really something that you can brag about. Coming in 64 and 128GB capacities, this "little" piece of flash drive heaven scores up to 200MB/s for maximum read speed.

Of course, Patriot paired its new Supersonic Magnum with USB 3.0 interface and eight-channel technology which allows it to reach speeds up to 200MB/s for read and 110MB/s for write. The drive is packed in a rather slim black case with blue details but the real excitment are its insides.

The new Supersonic Magnum will most probably end up to be a bit on the expensive side, as it is the case with all premium products, but we'll know for sure as it should be ready in time for Computex show, end of May/early June.

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+13 #1 nECrO 2011-03-07 18:33
We all know what "Speeds of up to..." means. I'd like to bench it and see what it's actual sustained speeds are. Don't get me wrong it looks like it's probably damn fast, I just detest marketing hyperbole....
 
 
+2 #2 thomasg 2011-03-08 01:13
Quoting nECrO:
We all know what "Speeds of up to..." means. I'd like to bench it and see what it's actual sustained speeds are. Don't get me wrong it looks like it's probably damn fast, I just detest marketing hyperbole....

Agreed. I just wish I had USB3.0 ports...
 
 
+2 #3 crackerz 2011-03-16 22:25
Quoting thomasg:
Quoting nECrO:
We all know what "Speeds of up to..." means. I'd like to bench it and see what it's actual sustained speeds are. Don't get me wrong it looks like it's probably damn fast, I just detest marketing hyperbole....

Agreed. I just wish I had USB3.0 ports...


Use a PCI-E USB v3.0 controller and you'll be fine!
 

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